Q: A customer came in to purchase a long gun and declared it as a gift for her husband. When we ran the NICS background check she was denied. After the deny, she asked if her husband could do the paperwork since she had declared it as being for him anyway. We turned down the sale. Had we made this sale, would it have been a violation? In the future, if we know that a member of a household is prohibited, but someone else in the home is the actual buyer, are we prohibited from making the sale?
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